Removing Configuration Parameters for the Advanced Properties Page

Hi!

We have recently deprecated an Advanced Property for our NIC and I want to
know if there is an INF directive that can be used to delete the propery’s
Ndi\params key. Would the DelProperty work for this? If so, does anyone have
an example of this?

Thanks!

On 21-Aug-2012 05:47, SoquelDude wrote:

Hi!

We have recently deprecated an Advanced Property for our NIC and I want
to know if there is an INF directive that can be used to delete the
propery’s Ndi\params key. Would the DelProperty work for this? If so,
does anyone have an example of this?

Thanks!

DelReg (or AddReg with flags = 4 )

– pa

DelReg

DelReg now causes warning during HCK tests :expressionless:

Michal

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